ZTE selects Red Bend solutions for more platforms
Telecom Lead Asia: Telecom equipment maker ZTE has extended association with Red Bend Software with the adoption of Red Bend's vRapid Mobile firmware over-the-air (FOTA) updating software and vDirect Mobile device management software for more new platforms.
ZTE has selected Red Bend solutions for to ZTE mobile devices based on Linux and Android using platforms from Spreadtrum and MTK.
"In the rapidly changing telecommunications industry, device manufacturers such as ZTE are able to stay competitive by providing a compelling user experience, innovative devices and seamless services. By making the mobile user experience continuously better using Red Bend's market-leading software, ZTE is increasing consumer satisfaction and strengthening its brand loyalty," said Danny Wang, country manager of Greater China for Red Bend Software.
ZTE has embedded more than 30 ZTE mobile phones and connected devices with Red Bend's software.
ZTE's association with Red Bend was started in 2007. Since then, ZTE has been using Red Bend's standard-based solutions for firmware updating and device management in its mobile phones, PC modems and home gateway modems for WiMAX networks.
Supporting OMA DM standards, Red Bend Software is a provider of Mobile Software Management (MSM) with more than 1.5 billion Red Bend-Enabled devices.
In February this year, Panasonic announced that its customers of Toughpad tablets will get Red Bend Software's Mobile Software Management (MSM) solution.
The offering will allow its enterprise customers to manage their Toughpad devices over the air.